Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Layton
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... Great Salt Lake. It turned out to be a rather stinky experience. We had expected that the water would have a strong smell -- we had not expected the brine flies and the dead birds on the shore. It was like the ocean at low tide times 10. The history of the location is rather interesting, with a resort there that's been rebuilt 4 times after fire, flooding and economic downturn have destroyed earlier versions. There was a small group of Spanish-speaking ...
... to get through customs and then we had to go through a long security line.
Once we were on the plane, it felt so good to finally be on our final leg home. We had a great time in Mazatlan, but we're undecided if we'll be able to go next year....I guess we'll ...
... was a big metal festival, with 10-11 bands all of which I really like! Got excited like a little kid, as had my eye on that tour before I went out, but meet expected any of the dates to line up :) Cancelled some of the arranged lifts south I'd just managed to sort out (probably cost me an extra $50 but meh) and decided to stay a couple of days more in Salt Lake just for that. Then managed to find another couchsurfing host for the following day so could escape from ...
... whereabouts of the second gold spike is unknown. It has been speculated that the spike
was given to one of the Union Pacific dignitaries, but there is no mention of the spike in any memoirs. It is also possible that the spike was returned to the News Letter. If so, its fate may well have been the same as the newspaper company, when, in 1906, the San Francisco earthquake and subsequent fire destroyed the News Letter building.
... as we were still in shorts and T-shirts, we had to pull out the heavy jackets. I must admit the cool air felt good.....very crisp and clean. Thank goodness no snow, the snow level was reported to be at the 6800ft level so we were close. We had a quiet night in the country at a very nice KOA camp. The next day we woke up to chilly weather and the threat of rain....we were hoping no snow. We headed down the road to Hill AFB ...